The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) today announced that households and small businesses that buy their electricity from their local utility will see their electricity prices go down starting May 1. This will benefit more than 90% of the electricity customers in Ontario.
Every six months, the OEB estimates how much it will cost to supply electricity to residential and small business customers on the Regulated Price Plan (RPP), and sets prices to recover these costs over time.
Starting in May 2017, the total bill for a typical residential customer who uses 750 kWh per month will be about $127, which is about $26 or 17% lower than it would have been without the following rate mitigation:
Find more in the attached PDF document or visit https://www.oeb.ca/newsroom/2017/electricity-prices-dropping-households-and-small-businesses-effective-may-1
Attachments:Electricity Prices Dropping for Households and Small Businesses
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